2007-10-05

"Gourmet Menu" themed three column template

I have just finished work on a rather interesting template called "Gourmet Menu", which is a three column template.



This is a food themed template, featuring a complementary label cloud and customizable fonts. You can preview this template in action on the Gourmet Menu Demonstration Blog. All images are hosted by Blogger Buster, so you only need to install the XML template.

You can download the Gourmet Menu template using the link below. This download is a zip file, which also includes a help file to assist in customizing the template.

Download Gourmet Menu Template here

Alternatively you can copy the template code below and paste this into the Edit HTML section of your Blogger dashboard (ensure you have checked the "Expand widget templates" box):

You are free to modify this template as you wish. However, I do ask that you leave the credits intact within the XML template. Please do not redistribute this template without credit to the original author. A link back to Blogger Buster is always appreciated!


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5 November 2007 at 18:50 ate mel-emmy said...

hi, thanks for the layout..but i cannot see it in my blog site. why?

6 November 2007 at 09:35 Amanda said...

Hello Ate mel-emmy,

I think the error may be one of two possibilities: either your blog is a classic "templates" one (Old Blogger) or you may have copied the raw html code into your template, instead of the HTML code from the box above.

Let me know if you need some help solving your problem by sending me an email.

Best wishes,

Amanda

19 November 2007 at 11:10 Tre' said...

I love the colors and the layout, but my blog isn't about food. Is there any way to change the food in the picture to something else, or should I just pick something eles?

17 December 2007 at 00:09 Nora Gallagher said...

I copied the code from the box, pasted into my html and it gives me one error reading after another. First it said the doctype html was not closed, then when I fixed it, it started to tell me "content not allowed in prolog". Having no html experience whatsoever, I don't even know what that means. I'm in the updated template, not classic, and the "expand widgets" box is checked

8 October 2008 at 23:18 Let It Be cafe said...

Something wrong with IE brownse, your demo blog or my blog at http://letitbe-cafe.blogspot.com/ got the same prob.

Just wondering if you can fix it. BTW it's ok when I'm using other browses

14 October 2008 at 13:07 Let It Be cafe said...

Fixed, thanks for the nice template

23 October 2008 at 04:08 Taste Tempters said...

I'm having a problem with this template and demo in IE also. How did you fix it? It works great in Firefox.

18 September 2009 at 19:15 abhi said...

hi thanks for thelayout, but can i change the photo on this blog, please let me know

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